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Workamping At Colorado Heights Camping Resort

Workamping At Colorado Heights Camping Resort

We’ve just finished our 4th workamping gig since embarking on our full-time adventure almost a year and a half ago. Each experience has been different and we’ve picked up some great new skills and met some incredible people that we are proud to call friends along the way. We ran the gamut of work experiences. From floor supervisors at Yellowstone, to agricultural workers at the Sugar Beet Harvest to tax professionals at Jackson Hewitt.  All that was left was to…

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Hiking The Incline At Manitou Springs CO

Hiking The Incline At Manitou Springs CO

Hiking the Incline at Manitou Springs CO is not an easy feat.  Trust me, I speak from experience.  Last week (Friday 8/10/19) I ascended this beast with my son-in-law Jake.  Going into it I knew I had it in the bag.   Just another long flight of stairs in my opinion.  Somewhere between 100 to 150 steps up I was already humbled.  This was not going to be an easy climb nor was it just another flight of stairs! History Of…

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Workamping in Yellowstone National Park

Workamping in Yellowstone National Park

  According to Wikipedia Workamping can be defined as such: “Workamping, a portmanteau, blending “work” and “camping,” is a form of tent or RV (primarily) camping involving singles, couples or families who work part-time or full-time. The people who are Workamping can be called Workampers. The term “Workamper” was coined by and is a registered trademark of Workamper News.” We actually landed our first ever workamping job in late November of 2017. This was three months before we went full…

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